Club Nacional de Football (Uruguay, 113 trophies)
Club Nacional de Football is the most successful club in Uruguay and also the third football team with most trophies in the world. The club has won the Primera División title 46 times, Copa de Honor 7 times, and Copa de Competencia 8 times. In addition, they have also won 21 international titles, including three Copa Libertadores.
Nacional is the only club of Uruguay to have won the Copa Interamericanas and the Recopa Sudamericana, which is an annual international football club competition held by CONMEBOL since 1988. According to International Federation of Football History and Statistics, Nacional is the seventh best football team in South America and the best team in Uruguay during the period from 2001 to 2010.
Atletico Penarol (Uruguay, 108 trophies)
Atletico Penarol is the second most successful football club in Uruguay and the fourth club with most trophies in the world. They were named South American Club of the Century in 2009 by the International Federation of Football History & Statistics that awarded them 531 points based on their victories in international competitions.
The club has won several worthy trophies, including Copa Libertadores (5 times), ntercontinental Cup (3 times), Intercontinental Champions’ Supercup (1 times), ICopa de Honor Cousenier (3 times), Tie Cup (1 time), and Supercopa Uruguaya (1 time).
Celtic (Scotland, 105 trophies)
Celtic is a football giant in Scotland and the world’s fifth football club with the most trophies. The club has won 50 Scottish League titles, 39 Scottish Cups, and 19 Scottish League Cups.
The golden era of Celtic was in 1966-67 when they reaped the European Cup to become the first British team to have won the trophy, in addition to the Scottish league championship, the League Cup, the Glasgow Cup, and the Scottish Cup altogether in just one season.